Comparison study on AAMRP andIODMRP in MANETS
Tanvir KahlonPanjab UniversityChandigarh,IndiaSukesha SharmaPanjab UniversityChandigarh, India
— Mobile Ad-Hoc network is self configuringnetwork of moving routers associated with wireless network.In these networks there is no fixed topology due to the mobilityof nodes, interference, multipath propagation and path loss. Themobile nodes co-operate with each other to perform a particulartask. Since there is a lack of infrastructure and the node mobilityis larger than in wired network and even larger in fixed wirelessnetworks, new routing protocols are proposed to handle the newchallenges. Each new protocol has its own advantages anddisadvantages. This paper focuses on the comparison betweenthe two Multicast Routing Protocols AAMRP and IODMRP.
Multicast, Ad-Hoc wireless networks (MANETS), AAMRP, IODMRP,ODMRP
A mobile ad hoc network is a wireless network that is based onmobile devices. There is no need for existing infrastructure.The node acts as a sender, receiver or relay. Every node willdiscover the routing path by using route request and routereply packets. The responsibilities for organizing andcontrolling the network are distributed among the terminalsthemselves. The entire network is mobile, and the individualterminals are allowed to move freely. . Route maintenance isalso required as the node changes its position so its routealso. The very useful characteristics of MANETS limited bandwidth due to radio waves. Mobile ad-hoc network is presently applicable everywhere in real life like in businessmeetings outside the offices, Bluetooth , etc.
APPLICATIONS OF MOBILE AD HOC NETWORKS
The following Table provides an overview of present andfuture MANET applications .
• Multi-user games.• Robotic pets.• Outdoor Internet access.• Wireless P2P networking.• Theme parks.
• Home applications: smart sensor nodes and actuators embedded inconsumer electronics to allow endusers to manage home deviceslocally and remotely.• Environmental applicationsinclude tracking the movements of animals chemical/biologicaldetection, precision agriculture, etc.
• Search and rescue operations.• Disaster recovery.• Environmental disasters (e.g.,earthquakes, hurricanes)• Policing and fire fighting.• Supporting doctors and nurses inhospitals
• E-Commerce• Business: mobile offices.• Vehicular Services: road or accident guidance•Local ad hoc network with nearbyvehicles for road/accident guidance.• Networks of visitors at airports.
• Home/Office Wireless Networking(WLAN)• Personal Area Network • Conferences• Networks at construction sites.
• Setup virtual classrooms or conference rooms.• Setup ad hoc communicationduring conferences, etc• Universities and campus settings.Table 1: Applications of mobile ad-hoc networksII.
ROUTINGMulticasting is the sending of network traffic to a group of endpoints. The problems like scarcity of bandwidth, shortlifetime of the nodes due to power constraints, dynamic
(IJCSIS) International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security,Vol. 9, No. 7, July 201195http://sites.google.com/site/ijcsis/ISSN 1947-5500